You know better than to assert such racial characteristics to this man's life. And if you are unsure, write Ruth Bader Ginsburg and ask her. Better yet, read the news stories of those who knew him best.
And you know BHO will attend the funeral of Communist Dictator Fidel Castro. Even after BHO's term is done.
"Seemingly Imminent " and he liked that phrase.
I think the word that need a closer look is...
"the building was seemingly secure: apparently, on the face of it, to all appearances, as far as one can see/tell, on the surface, to all intents and purposes, outwardly, superficially, supposedly."
Frank, poor executive policy for 7 years has contributed to the low growth of GDP, making it possible to damage the economy further by normalizing Fed rates 7 years into hope and change. However, the professionals at the Fed are concerned about the lack of income growth vs real inflation, and their own legacy. They are not as willing, or wanting to keep rates as low as they have, but the markets and the world overreact to each uptick, which scares those in power during our political season. Ad that to the cost of maintaining a 19 trillion debt, and I'm not sure they will ever raise rates significantly, until we implement significant plans to cut the rate of government growth, year over year, decade over decade. We need, and always need, private economic growth, not government growth. "In the last ten years, the average rate of growth has been below 2 percent and since the second quarter of 2000 has never reached the 5 percent level." plenty of blame to go around, even amounts to executives, congress, and the people.
Recession is most likely in play this year or next. Like a double edge sword, lower energy prices both helped and hurt, but may keep us out of recession with some ongoing luck. imo
Everyone is in political mode now, and with a stalwart like Antonin Scalia leaving us in such a time, the branches of government should move slowly and deliberately. Lame duck executives must expect diminished influence over loyal oppositions.
This has got to be among the strangest national elections in American history.
Dems asked for this kind of fight with the bashing of Judge Robert Bork, Clarence Thomas, and other conservative nominees. Expect advice and consent to be exercised slowly. "Elections have consequences" - BHO. The people gave the house and senate to Republicans. Three branches of government exercising their enumerated powers, and responsibilities. It's still working.
Invbios, Whipper is usually among the most helpful on this board. He may be having a bad day. Don't hold it against him, he takes mucho heat from some the lefties on this board, and occasionally he is not in the mood. All in all, he is intelligent, helpful, loves the science, and political discourse in appropriate measure. The board has always been political, and yet does drop much of the politics at the appropriate times of new Celldex data.
Someone tell that fool, no other persons had their own server. The comparisons are bogus, and HRC is toast.
DB, this person you are arguing with (the one I have on iggie) has previously claimed to have voted for every modern day republican president. Amazing how supportive of leftist Dems it is.
Long, they did sound extraordinarily bullish on the future of Varli combo trials. It seemed as though they were signaling the desire to control this asset longterm, and combining Varli with in house combos, as well as a multitude of additional Varli collaborations across a broad spectrum of other cancer treatments in need of a sustained immune boost. Going so far as to thank current collaborators, but making it clear they will not be relying on any one partner for future combo trials. Maybe I am reading too much into their comments, but to me, they sound quite confident about this asset called Varlilumab. Very bullish IMHO.
Name one thing that was promised. And don't include the promise that your parents would never speak with you again.